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Betsie Naylor Danielle Neal
Materials 4 plant containers 4 filters of different colors(red, blue, green, clear) 4 2 gallon pots Water Ruler
Method- Step 1 Set up Experiment
Step 2 Measure height and water plants
Step 3 Record an analyze data Day 0Day 5Day 7Day 9Day 12Day 14Day 16 Natural04.555.675.86.459.339.575 Blue05.296.588.418.679.43 Green05.296.967.427.547.758.35 Red05.46.586.837.57.918.665
Conclusions The color of light DOES play a role in the growth of plants Plants growing in natural or blue light show the most amount of growth Plants growing in green light show the least amount of growth
Planting Science Project By Tyler Greynolds Angela Hatzantonis Molly Carter Ashley Fackler.
May 12-15, 2011 (red) May 6-11, 2011 (light red) Permanent Water (blue)
The Scientific Method.
F o r m u l a M a s s. F o r m u l a a n d M o l e c u l a r M a s s z E v e r y M o l e c u l a r m a s s i s a f o r m u l a m a s s. z N o t e v e.
Planting Science Power Point By: Faith, Jessica, Makea, and Haley In the group of: Bob the plastic man.
Parts of an Experiment Parts of an Experiment Variables All of the factors that could be changed in an experiment Constants Independent Dependent.
We Can Read About Mixing Colors
Plant experiment J. Brown T. Kiser J. Roberg J. Brown T. Kiser J. Roberg.
The Scientific Method. What is the scientific method? A process of gathering facts through observation and formulating scientific hypotheses. A process.
Addresses first 4 parts of the scientific method: Observations Question Research Hypothesis Usually around pages.
What Every Scientist Should Know The Scientific Method.
Growing Graphs Ms. D. I. Robinson. Type of plant Scientific name Scientific name Origin of the plant Origin of the plant Where did you get the seeds?
What is a variable? A variable is anything that can affect the results in an experiment.
An urn contains 1 green, 2 red, and 3 blue marbles. Draw two without replacement. 1/6 2/6 3/6 2/5 3/5 1/5 3/5 1/5 2/5 2/30 3/30 2/30 6/30 3/30 6/30.
Bean Plants R. Trickle B. Belvill S. Smith. Purpose Do different amounts of water affect the growth of bean plants?
Can different color stained glass affect plant growth?
Scientific Notation. = 5.4 =3.47 Write the following in standard form A 1.8 X 10⁴ B 3.47 X 10⁷ C 4.3 X 10⁰ D 5.4 X 10⁻⁴ E 5 X 10⁻⁶ F (6 X 10⁴) (7 X 10⁵)
Keys to Conducting a Good Experiment Variables- the things you change in an experiment Independent variable- the one factor you change in the experiment.
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